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Where can you find rim fire ammo for a 41 Swiss?

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Do an internet search for a start.

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The difference is explained in the name. A rim fire rifle uses ammunition where the hammer strikes the rim of the bullet. In a center fire rifle, the hammer hits the the center of the bullet. Rim fire ammunition is usually small, like a .22, and center fire ammo is generally larger.


Position of the primer- on the rim or rear center of cartridge case. In general, rimfire ammo is less powerful and cannot be reloaded.


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more then likely it's a center fire. rim fire cartridges are hard to find.


There is a center fire and a rim fire.


A rim fire cartridge has the primer built into the rim of the shell casing. The casing must have a wide flat part at the back. A center fire has the primer in the center of the rear of the casing. The rim fire is less expensive to manufacture but is more prone to jamming. The rim fire is not suitable for rapid fire applications or rough handling.


Present day ammunition is generally rimfire, or center fire. Large cartridges, such as .44 Magnum, 30-06 rifles, etc, have a primer cap located at the center of the base. This is struck by the firing pin to fire the cartridge, this- center fire. Small ammunition, most commonly .22 Long Rifle, .22 Short, etc, does not have a central primer cap, The hollow rim of the cartridge contains a primer compound. The firing pin crushes a portion of the rim, firing the priming compound that is pinched in the hollow rim- thus Rim Fire. In the 1800w, several other systems were attempted, such as lipfire, cupfires, teat fires, etc. They were replaced by the rimfire and center fire systems, and are now known only to collectors.


Center fire- the firing pin is placed to strike the center of the cartridge. Rim fire- as the name implies- firing pin strikes the very edge of the rear of the cartridge- the rim.


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You cannot make a rimfire cartridge because you need the proper tools and machinery. You may look up some companies that make obsolete ammunition, such as Old Western Scrounger. The .25 Rimfire has been out of production for nearly 50 years, but now and again a maker will produce a limited quantity of ammo.Please do not try to make RF ammo as a home project- the priming compound is extremely sensitive, and very dangerous to handle.



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Center fire cartridges have a primer at the rear center. Rimfire cartridges have priming compound in a fold all the way around the cartridge rim. The firing pin pinches a point on the rim, making the cartridge fire. They are not considered to be reloadable.


The WRF which is normally associated with .22 WRF stand for Winchester Rim Fire. It is a rim fire Cartridge which was first made in 1890.


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no, the ring of fire is around the pacific rim.



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You can get 38 RIM fire ammunition at your local gun shop. I would recommend visiting your local firearms expert to see what they would reccommend for your weapon.



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